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Open Source JavaScript Client-Side Bitgem Wallet Generator
Generating Bitgem Address...
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Bitgem Address:
Private Key (Wallet Import Format):
Comma Separated Values: Index,Address,Private Key (WIF)
Why should I use a Bulk Wallet to accept Bitgems on my website?
The traditional approach to accepting bitgems on your website requires that you install the official bitgem client daemon ("bitgemd"). Many website hosting packages don't support installing the bitgem daemon. Also, running the bitgem daemon on your web server means your private keys are hosted on the server and could get stolen if your web server is hacked. When using a Bulk Wallet you can upload only the bitgem addresses and not the private keys to your web server. Then you don't have to worry about your bitgem wallet being stolen if your web server is hacked.
How do I use a Bulk Wallet to accept Bitgems on my website?
  1. Use the Bulk Wallet tab to pre-generate a large number of bitgem addresses (10,000+). Copy and paste the generated comma separated values (CSV) list to a secure text file on your computer. Backup the file you just created to a secure location.
  2. Import the bitgem addresses into a database table on your web server. (Don't put the wallet/private keys on your web server, otherwise you risk hackers stealing your coins. Just the bitgem addresses as they will be shown to customers.)
  3. Provide an option on your website's shopping cart for your customer to pay in Bitgem. When the customer chooses to pay in Bitgem you will then display one of the addresses from your database to the customer as his "payment address" and save it with his shopping cart order.
  4. The remaining infrastructure needed mostly doesn't exist for Bitgem at this time.
Enter Passphrase:
Confirm Passphrase: Algorithm: SHA256(passphrase)
Bitgem Address:
Private Key (Wallet Import Format):
Step 1 Public Key:

Copy and paste the above into the Your-Part-Public-Key field in the Vanity Pool Website.
Step 1 Private Key:
Copy and paste the above Private Key field into a text file. Ideally save to an encrypted drive. You will need this to retrieve the Bitgem Private Key once the Pool has found your prefix.
Enter Your Part Private Key (generated in Step 1 above and previously saved):
[NOTE: this input box can accept a public key or private key]
Enter Pool Part Private Key (from Vanity Pool):
[NOTE: this input box can accept a public key or private key]
Vanity Bitgem Address:
The above is your new address that should include your required prefix.
Vanity Public Key (HEX):
The above is the Public Key in hexadecimal format.
Vanity Private Key (WIF):
The above is the Private Key to load into your wallet.
Your Bitgem Private Key is a unique secret number that only you know. It can be encoded in a number of different formats. Below we show the Bitgem Address and Public Key that corresponds to your Private Key as well as your Private Key in the most popular encoding formats (WIF, HEX, B64, MINI).

Bitgem stores public keys in compressed format. The client now also supports import and export of private keys with importprivkey/dumpprivkey. The format of the exported private key is determined by whether the address was generated in an old or new wallet.
Bitgem Address
Bitgem Address Compressed


Public Key (130 characters [0-9A-F]):
Public Key (compressed, 66 characters [0-9A-F]):

Private Key WIF
51 characters base58, starts with a
'5'
Private Key WIF Compressed
52 characters base58, starts with an
'a'


Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):
Private Key Base64 (44 characters):